Review: The Use of Information in Different Countries


Part 1 presents a brief discussion of those empirical surveys examining and comparing the use of (formal) information in different countries. The specific nature of this area of research implies that there are not too many surveys. Therefore, from a methodological perspective, the challenge is not to choose an approach to select suitable surveys from a multitude of surveys, but to identify all surveys in that area in order to provide a sound basis for the interpretation of the results of this research.


Managerial Information National Culture Management Accounting Uncertainty Avoidance Sound Basis 
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